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This means the we won't see a McLaren's turn of speed like 2004 or 2009? I must admit that I am dissapointed, but maybe this is the best way to ensure that next year they will be back in winning ways and concentrate all their efforts on next year car. This is their last year partnering Vodafone, funny because that's my last year too. Starting from October I will be not working anymore for Vodafone, so this sounds as a double farewell for me.